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ID S-1-63-SC
Abstract United States Navy Electronics Laboratory,United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California,Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Chief Scientist: George Moore. Geophysical data (airgunarcer, sonobuoy, bathymetry, LoranA, deadreckoning) of field activity S-1-63-SC in Continental Borderland, Southern California, includesCoronado Fan and Pt. Loma areas from 03/12/1963 to 03/23/1963
Organization United States Navy Electronics Laboratory
United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Project/Theme Southern California Continental Borderland
Chief Scientist George Moore
Activity Type Geophysical
Platform Smith
Area of Operation Continental Borderland, Southern California, includes, Southern California Fan and Pt. Loma areas, Southern California
Bounding Coordinates
34.75000
-122.75000    -116.75000
32.25000
Dates 03/12/1963 (JD 071) to 03/23/1963 (JD 082)
Analog Materials list
Crew
George Moore Chief Scientist
Equipment Used
airgunarcer
sonobuoy
bathymetry
LoranA
deadreckoning
Purpose
To study, by continuous-reflection profiling, the volumetric
distribution and internal structure of sediments deposited in a group of modern
continental-margin submarine basins whose physiographic and oceanographic
characteristics are relatively well known and who relations to source and other
variables differ in marked degree. Thus, the sedimentary fill in the basins (the
end products of marine processes of erosion, transportation, and deposition) can
be related to the physical variables within the region of the basins and
conclusions may be drawn regarding the important factors which have influenced
its accumulation.
Information to be Derived
Seismic reflection profiling.
Publications
Moore, David G. 1969. Reflection profiling studies of the California Continental 
Borderland: Structure and Quaternary Turbidite Basins. Geological Society of 
American Special Paper 107, 142 p.
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